A Fish That’s a Box
. Arlington: Great Ocean Publishers, 1990. This is a wonderful children’s book that explores folk art at its best.
Glubok, Shirley. The Art of America Since World War II. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc. 1992. Good book which introduces children to popular art.
Hoberman, Mary Ann and Zeldis, Malcah.
A Fine Fat Pig.
New York: Harper and Collier. 1991. This is a delightful book of poems written to coincide with the colorful, witty, childish paintings done by Malcah Zeldis, one of the exhibitors in the
Museum of American Folk Art.
Horwitz, Elinor Lander. Contemporary American Folk Artists. New York: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1975. In this book students will meet and become acquainted with many modern folk artists.
Kinney, Jean and Cle.
Twenty one Kinds of American Folk Art and How to Make Each One
. New York: Atheneum, 1972. Excellent “how to” for children interested in different folk crafts.
. New York: Doubleday and Co., Inc., l977. The author presents children with the work of Henri Rousseau. Rousseau was one of the greatest primitive artists and Raboff explains the style and symbols in his work in a wonderful way.